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Taxotere shows significant survival benefit in the treatment of advanced gastric cancer

Taxotere shows significant survival benefit in the treatment of advanced gastric cancer

Combination chemotherapy shows small survival benefit in advanced stomach cancer

Combination chemotherapy shows small survival benefit in advanced stomach cancer

Chronic inflammation caused by too little stomach acid leads to gastric cancer

Chronic inflammation caused by too little stomach acid leads to gastric cancer

Study finds that stomach cancer originates from bone marrow derived stem cells, rather than from stomach stem cells

Study finds that stomach cancer originates from bone marrow derived stem cells, rather than from stomach stem cells

The prevalence of Helicobacter pylori is high among patients about to undergo weight loss surgery

The prevalence of Helicobacter pylori is high among patients about to undergo weight loss surgery

Fruit and vitamin C intake are likely to be useful for the prevention of stomach cancer

Fruit and vitamin C intake are likely to be useful for the prevention of stomach cancer

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

One-third of U.S. adults use some form of alternative medicine

One-third of U.S. adults use some form of alternative medicine

New book predicts a "vaccine century"

New book predicts a "vaccine century"

Potential new strategy for blocking tumor growth

Potential new strategy for blocking tumor growth

AGT Biosciences Limited and ChemGenex Therapeutics today announced merger agreement

AGT Biosciences Limited and ChemGenex Therapeutics today announced merger agreement

Extended lymph node dissection fails to increase survival among gastric cancer patients

Extended lymph node dissection fails to increase survival among gastric cancer patients

Extended lymph node dissection, a treatment for gastric cancer

Extended lymph node dissection, a treatment for gastric cancer

Bacteria Live in the Esophagus!

Bacteria Live in the Esophagus!